Spanish Grand Prix 2018 presented by Scuderia Toro Rosso

SPANISH GRAND PRIX

Circuit de Catalunya, BARCELONA

FIRST GRAND PRIX: 1991
NUMBER OF LAPS
: 66
CIRCUIT LENGTH
: 4.655 KM
RACE DISTANCE
: 307.104 KM
LAP RECORD: 1:21.670 - Kimi Raikkonen (2008)

SPANISH GRAND PRIX

The Barcelona-Catalunya Circuit has hosted the Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix since 1991. The facility can be found just over 20 kilometres to the north of Barcelona and the track itself is 4.66 kilometres in length.
These days, the Spanish event is one of the classics on the F1 calendar and the track is a favourite with so many drivers who know every last detail of its 16 corners so well. It features a mix of slow and quick corners, chicanes and long straights, which explains why the Barcelona track is the perfect track to highlight a car's strengths and weaknesses.
That goes some way to explaining why it is the most used track for Formula 1 testing for real and on the simulator.

Track information is coming soon

Review of the 2018 Spanish GP by Toro Rosso

A pain in Spain

Back in February and March, the Barcelona-Catalunya Circuit was a happy...

Carlos Sainz and Daniil Kvyat during the 2017 Formula 1 Grand Prix

SPANISH GRAND PRIX

A very good race for the team: Carlos P7 and Daniil P9. Here are their...

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